A night to watch

Published: Thursday | January 3, 2013 Comments 0
Worshippers hold batons aloft to signify their determination to 'win' in 2013 during the watchnight service at the Fellowship Tabernacle in St Andrew on New Year's Eve. -  PHOTOS BY Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
Worshippers hold batons aloft to signify their determination to 'win' in 2013 during the watchnight service at the Fellowship Tabernacle in St Andrew on New Year's Eve. - PHOTOS BY Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
Youth at the Faith United Church of God International in St Andrew giving thanks at the watchnight service. With mike in hand, Yanique Mullings shares her testimony while Whitney Beckford (left) and April Hyman (second left) prepare to share theirs. Moderator Christine Francis (right) and Pastor Charles Francis (background) listen attentively.
Youth at the Faith United Church of God International in St Andrew giving thanks at the watchnight service. With mike in hand, Yanique Mullings shares her testimony while Whitney Beckford (left) and April Hyman (second left) prepare to share theirs. Moderator Christine Francis (right) and Pastor Charles Francis (background) listen attentively.

 Many Jamaicans opted to participate in watchnight services as they prepared to welcome the new year on Monday night. Below are images of worshippers participating in two of those services in the Corporate Area.



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